Kiosk features a Delaware town's history

A new interactive kiosk debuted at the Milford, Del.-based Milford Museum, according to a Delmarva.com article. The museum's recent 12-week renovation included a grant from the Lion's Club and from Delaware Humanities to purchase the kiosk. Milford Museum Executive Director...

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3 ways kiosks are changing transportation

Kiosks are providing massive opportunities for mass access to transit.

Meeting the ADA compliance challenge

Self-service kiosk vendors give Kiosk Marketplace their views on the best ways to comply with the complex requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The art and science of successful kiosk design

The best kiosk design is both art and science, leveraging aesthetic design practices together with effective technologies.

Access to the world via public Internet kiosks

Public internet kiosks can be customized or standard, and can be ruggedized in order to accommodate the demands of heavy usage.

The psychology of effective kiosk placement

Given the costs involved with kiosk deployment, it’s worthwhile to understand the psychology behind effective kiosk placement.

Traditional merchandising in the age of self-service

With retailers becoming increasingly dependent on self-service, traditional merchandising is more important than ever.

Robot-powered kiosks seek frozen yogurt domination

Robofusion's CEO believes his kiosk concept will put a dent in the fro-yo industry.

Enhancing security in next-gen kiosk designs

Providers are investing in new technologies that provide a 'bigger picture' perspective into their self-service operations.

Maximizing usage with successful kiosk design

Touchscreen kiosks are transforming everyday public locations. They are designed to serve a specific purpose within an environment and are highly customized to meet the user's needs.

Kiosk startup finds a fresh take to solve a dirty problem

The opticwash kiosk, the brainchild of a former car dealer, cleans eyewear and jewelry.

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Fitness kiosk solves 10-year old problem for Schreiver Air Force Base

Members of Colorado-based Schreiver Air Force Base fitness center can soon enjoy the aerobics class of their choice with the installation of a new kiosk in the next two weeks, according to the Schreiver Sentinel. The self-service aerobics classes will...

Android L could be used for kiosks, ATMs

Google's release of the developer preview for Android L has some speculating about its uses for ATMs and self-service kiosks.

Texas-based kiosk will try to save your wet phone

DryBox kiosk is giving Lewisville, Texas, mall-goers a chance to repair their wet phones, according to a Dallas News article.

Kiosk recycles phones for cash, aids in catching thieves

Jackson, Tenn.-based ecoATM is helping serve justice inside Old Hickory Mall , according to a wbbjtv.com article.     The phone-recycling kiosk was placed in the mall last July to offer visitors a place to recycle old phones for cash. While police believe the kiosk may attract criminals dumping stolen phones, it may also catch them.

Kiosk gets Toronto visitors involved in Pan Am, Parapan Games countdown

The city of Toronto is engaging visitors in the countdown to the Pan Am and Parapan Games next summer with an interactive kiosk and countdown clock, according to MediaCaster Magazine.  The Cisco Toronto 2015 Countdown clock displays the days and minutes until the Games, and beside it stands a kiosk with a digital media app and camera.

Kiosk improves lines of communication for Indian police

In the Ahmedabad district of the Indian state Gujarat, the Sanand city police have installed a kiosk for residents to lodge complaints against local law enforcement, according to India Today. If residents try to register a complaint at the police...

Don't miss our 'Digital Signage Kiosks 101' webinar, coming soon

Kiosks used to be distinct, ATM-shaped fixtures located in store corners and hotel lobbies, but the lines between digital signage and digital signage kiosks have blurred as screens have become more readily interactive. Now, digital signage kiosks are popping up...

Mobile and self-service key to future of postal operators

Traditional postal operators will need to tap new channels such as mobile and self-service in order to improve customer experience and cut costs, Wincor Nixdorf says in a white paper on the use of IT by postal services across the...

Hospital rolls out new technology to improve patient management

June 24, 2014 – YORK, PA. Espanola Regional Hospital and Health Centre, a community hospital in Espanola, Ontario, Canada, called on Livewire Digital in York, Pennsylvania, to introduce new technology to gather and prioritize patient admitting information in their triage area of their new emergency annex.

White Castle’s kiosk pilots are driving higher check averages

Don Long, White Castle’s senior director of Information Services and Technology, provided a glimpse into the brand’s kiosk and mobile initiatives during last month’s National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago. The brand’s digital initiatives include online ordering, mobile ordering and...

Co-operative stores consider joining ban on £2 coins for self-service machines

The U.K.’s Co-operative grocery stores are considering joining U.K. supermarket chain Morrisons in banning £2 ($3.40) coins at self-service tills after discovering that people are paying with similar-sized foreign coins, reports the Daily Mail. Morrisons banned £2 coins from its...

Shuttle Computer Group, ScholarChip kiosks track student attendance

Shuttle Computer Group and ScholarChip have teamed up to create a kiosk system designed to keep track of student and staff school attendance. The portable kiosk incorporates Shuttle's X50 all-in-one computer with ScholarChip's software and accessories that capture attendance at...

Telehealth console serves homeless men

Talbert House in Cincinnati, Ohio, a non-profit provider of transitional housing for homeless men and veterans, is providing live video doctor visits for its residents with a LiveHealth Online telehealth console. The console, together with free online visits, is provided...

Advantech launches prototype based on Intel Reference Design for Intelligent Vending

Advantech, a developer of intelligent systems for industrial and retail applications, has launched what it says is the first prototype based on the new Intel Reference Design for Intelligent Vending. Advantech said in the announcement that it has delivered Vending...

LEID launches version 3.0 of iLibrary Kiosk

Law Enforcement Intelligent Devices (LEID) Products, an Auburn Hills, MI-based vendor of electronic lockers and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, has launched version 3.0 of its iLibrary Kiosk. The iLibrary kiosk is used in conjunction with LEID’s...

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The beauty of a kiosk design is the freedom you have to build a system that is functional and practical to your business needs, while adding brand-specific elements. The custom kiosk can truly be your individual statement.

By designing the concept of your self-service kiosk system from the ground up, you can reinforce your brand through the very look and feel of the unit. 

With Olea's customizing option, you can add more features while still remaining budget friendly. You are only limited by your imagination! The custom kiosk is multi-media capable and can be tooled to both indoor and outdoor use.

If you are looking for a kiosk that exemplifies your brand through function and design, creating a custom kiosk is your answer.